So our favorite daily t-shirt site has outdone themselves today, and posted two beautiful designs with Alice themes. The first is my fan favorite Megan Lara who has created a series of Mucha-inspired designs for a wide variety of fandom females (nice alliteration don’t you think?) The second design is by a new artist Gemma… [read full post]
Just in time for Cyber Monday, eclectic online retailer UncommonGoods has released a series of literary scarves – and of course Alice is amongst them.
Back in March we blogged about this cool necklace, and now catalog giant Signals has added it to its inventory. Just in time for Christmas!
Our favorite modern design shopping site Dot & Bo has a new page entirely devoted to Wonderland-inspired items. Very cool stuff!
OMG. The Japanese have done it again. They’ve created not only an addictive mobile game, but unbelievably cute toys to go with it. It’s called Tsum Tsum and it is sweeping the globe. And of course, there are Alice toys. In the Japan Disney Store there is a set of nine minis available – originally… [read full post]
Ever want to see the Meryl Streep performance of Alice at the Palace? Now you can! “An impressive collection of filmed plays featuring a host of world renowned performers is now available to order via BROADWAY THEATRE ARCHIVE: GREAT PERFORMANCES Set 1, which includes the plays DEATH OF A SALESMAN, FOR COLORED GIRLS…, UNCOMMON WOMEN… [read full post]
Amongst the many nouveau-Victorian decorative items offered by the Victorian Trading Company are a few Alice items, including jewelry, garden statuary and clothing. Certainly worth a look.
A series of beautiful postal covers with lovely Alice themed illustrations has recently been auctioned off by Robert A Siegel Auction Galleries.
Otherwise known as a glass tray, these three attractive catchalls are currently available from Red Envelope, and they’re even on sale.
It certainly has been the week for t-shirts, but I don’t think I’ve ever seen one this cool. An actual disappearing Cheshire Cat! Isn’t technology cool? Get yours at the Unemployed Philosophers Guild today!